There are thousands of PR firms in New York, but there are only 50 niches on our PR Power List. To further salute the great work we’ve seen this year, here’s our honor roll of the most influential companies in the tech industry. Agencies on previous Honor Lists have upgraded to PR Power 50, so watch this space.
It has been a great year for these longtime public relations professionals, who now operate five offices around the world. In October, Clarity launched a financial services practice, with entry-level clients like Scrum Ventures, BootStrap Labs, and fintech brands Monzo and Even. On the staff side, Clarity recruited Alex MacLaverty, a 15-year Hotwire PR veteran, as COO and installed Jacob Whitish, former UK sales rep in California, as vice president of global sales.
Self-proclaimed spearhead of the ‘British PR invasion’ of New York City, this energetic agency has established itself as at home with 2019 wins like Zero Mass
Brandstyle continues to garner tech clients alongside wellness and lifestyle brands, meaning HighRes Biosolutions, Locus Robotics, TechnoGym, and Money.net share a space on the list with Kiehl’s, Oscar Blandi, Hunter Boots. and Lilly Pulitzer.
Public relations are the only part of the story of Tiffany Guarnaccia’s agile agency. In addition to communications for ad technology and “digital disruptors,” including AdForm, IgnitionOne, dailymotion and FuturePLC, the company’s Kite Hill Experiences division produces Communication Week – which has taken on a life of its own – and produces content from an occupied sector. home studio.
Taryn Langer’s bicoastal boutique has propelled digital native brands like Casper, Mirror, Quip, Dollar Shave Club and Handy to IRL success. Forerunner Ventures is a client. WeTransfer, Pandora, Rockets of Awesome, and Modern Fertility also like some Moxies with their PR.